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If you have the chance to be in Brussels this summer, check out our visitors centre Parlamentarium and the newly opened House of European History.
The My house of European History website enables you to discover people's stories of Europe as well as share your own experiences.
The three films competing for the 2017 Lux Film Prize are: BMP (Beats per minute), Sámi blood, and Western.
To celebrate the end of roaming charges, we are running a photo contest. Share your summer pictures on Instagram and they might be shown at our visitors centre!
EP President Antonio Tajani, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and former US President Bill Clinton honoured Helmut Kohl at a ceremony on 1 July.
In Parliament this week: promoting media freedom, boosting organic fertilisers, integrating refugees and tackling tax evasion.
This week’s plenary session dealt with issues such as Turkey, the first ever EU-Cuba deal and anti-dumping measures. Check out our overview.
A new Parliament building named after Václav Havel, former Czech president and defender of human rights, was inaugurated in Strasbourg on 5 July.
Estonia took over the rotating presidency of the Council of the EU on 1 July. All six Estonian MEPs share their views on the priorities and challenges.
MEPs honoured former European Parliament President Simone Veil, who passed away on 30 June at the age of 89, with a ceremony held in Strasbourg on 4 July.
The fight against corporate tax avoidance, a possible end to the accession talks with Turkey and a bilateral agreement with Cuba are all on the plenary agenda for this week.